The shopping style is get a crate then once you pick something interesting, grab it immediately and put it in your crate. When you fill up the crate, then head to the fitting rooms to filter out that items that fits and those that passes your second thoughts judgement. … There were good selection of Polo shoes and this was the only item I bought during the sale.
The queue was a snake already and it goes all around up to the Krispy Kreme main door opening below the Red building on the left. There are still a lot of people who lined up which is a mix of students who has nothing to do because of no classes, employees who aim to get 4 dozens of Krispy Kreme donuts to be seen as cool in the office, and gym rats coming from fitness gym the Fort who wanted to reward themselves for the morning’s workout. I’m not sure how long the queue was and I estimate that waiting time can easily be 2 hours in the morning.
In fact, the local officials during the Katrina was saying that they did not get any warning but wunderground.com has been predicting it already. … As early as Monday, I told Ivan that we will cancel it because wunderground.com is predicting that Super Typhoon Durian (locally called Reming) will hit Manila on Thursday afternoon. … Ivan kept on asking me when I can confirm it and I just said to him that I’ll keep on tracking the typhoon via this online service.
I’ll leave you with this post on the next Bulacan Sale since most of you might be planning for the long weekend. You need to have the email invite to be able to enter this sale. In the invite, they don’t have Mango brands anymore for this sale but instead here are the other brands: CK, Diesel, A/X, D&G, Replay, A&F, True Religion, Hollister, FCUK, AEO, Esprit, Zara, Anne Klein, Tommy, Juicy.
Being a Filipino host, I would like to make sure that our guests had a good time (in a good sense) and enjoy memorable experiences in Manila. … Upon arriving at the second floor of the World Music Room, it took them 30 whole minutes to finally figure out that they are partying with real Ms.
…Too bad, by the time, he realized that the Ms. earth ladies were for real, it was time for them to have their beauty sleep.
Thank you very much to Naz, one of my online friends, who gave these goodies as “pasalubong” from San Francisco for our family 🙂 I hope they didn’t have a hard time bringing the persimmons here. … She was surprised and at the same time thought it was so sweet of Naz and his family to bring us pasalubongs from SF. … And I’m really sorry for not meeting you the first time, this week is a very hectic week for me but I was glad that you were still able to fit me in your limited time here in Manila.
Everytime, I want to reserve plays (like the good body) or a Manny Pacquiao fight, I would just call the American Express Concierge to reserve me tickets. … Also, they are my online directory these days so I don’t need to remember the landline number of the restaurant when I want to ask for directions or reserve a table. … Just dial 814-4777, and then press 1 for Peso Platinum Credit Card and press 3 for the awesome concierge service.
I was happy to see the look on my father’s face when we watched Pacquiao in Rockwell. … For those who were not able to watch it, thanks to youtube for this video clip 🙂 Pacquiao – Morales III Grand Finale 11-08-06 PT 1 of 2 Pacquiao – Morales III Grand Finale 11-08-06 PT 2 of 2 Related Posts: Pacquiao Larios Fight Ticket Prices — Outrageous!
…I intentionally capture the silhouette to remind me of this glorious day and the look on Morales face as the entire rockwell crowd were jumping up and down with joy.
My success criteria for a great warehouse sale is the amount and pieces of clothing that my wife would be willing to buy. … The sale is still ongoing over this weekend, but I doubt that you’ll find your size or most of the nice stuff are gone already.
…I could imagine him saying, “naku, ang tagal tagal namang magshopping… halos pare pareho lang naman ang istura nung mga damit… ang cheap pa… nagkamali ako, sana di ko na siya dinala dito…gutom na ako, di pa ba yan tapos?”
The hole in the center of the doughnut is credited to a young boy named Hanson Gregory, who in 1847, suggested to his mother that she put a hole in the middle of her “fried cakes” to ensure the cake was fully cooked in the middle.
…In the US, most stores are constructed with a long window between the customer area and the kitchen allowing the patrons to watch the operation of the doughnut making machines, which automatically produce rings of dough, yeast raise, bake, deep-fry, flip, and glaze the doughnuts. … ‘’One thing that the mother company also had to understand about the Philippine market is that doughnuts here are round-the-clock treats, and not just a breakfast item like in the West.